Guam - 'Tis the season of giving as Frontier Suppliers donated 21 turkeys and 10 hams to the Salvation Army today. Thanksgiving feast coordinator Leinana Naholowaa says the donations will be used for the Thanksgiving feast that the Salvation Army has hosted for the last 15 years. "This is an event that we started because we recognized there are families there are individuals who don't have a place to go and family to spend Thanksgiving with. And this is a holiday of giving," she explained.
Today's donation helped the Salvation Army reach its quota for the amount of turkeys needed to feed the anticipated 1,000 people who attend the annual feast set for Thanksgiving Day from 10am-2pm at the Chamorro Village in Hagatna.